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2011 ULI Development of Distinction Awards

January 25, 2011
The Rice Crystal Ballroom
Houston, TX United States

Distinction is greatness grounded and dreams made manifest.

Thank you to the 2011 Development of Distinction Awards Nominations Panel:
GEOFFREY BOOTH, Youngblood Endowed Professor of Land Development, MSLD Program Coordinator, Texas A&M; JAMIE BREWSTER, Administrator, Upper Kirby District; BRAD FREELS, CEO, Midway Companies; SCOTT GALLOWAY, Executive Managing Director, HFF; JOHN F. “JEFF” GRAY, President, Grayco Partners; DAN LEVERETT, Vice President, Commercial Division, The Woodlands Development Company; and PATRICIA KNUDSON JOINER, CEO, Knudson LP.

2011 Award Jury:

A judging panel comprised of David Allman, Owner and Chairman of Regent Partners in Atlanta, Rick Cole, City Manager of Ventura, Calif., and Darcy Garneau, Managing Principal at EDI International in Seattle, toured each finalist project on November 17 and 18 to select winners. Winners will be announced at the annual Development of Distinction Awards dinner to be held at the Rice Crystal Ballroom on January 25, 2011.



Congratulations to 2011 Award Finalists:

Brays Crossing – developed by New Hope Housing WATCH VIDEO

Capitol Oaks – developed by InTown Homes WATCH VIDEO

Children’s Museum of Houston Renovation – developed by the Children’s Museum of Houston WATCH VIDEO


Heritage Category:

Greenway Plaza – owned by Crescent WATCH VIDEO

Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land – developed by City of Sugar Land WATCH VIDEO

Monarch School’s Chrysalis Building – developed by The Monarch School http://vimeo.com/19176828WATCH VIDEO

BP Helios Plaza – developed by BP America


Honorable Mentions:

Memorial Park, Living Bridge owned by the City of Houston Parks and Recreation Department

The Terraces – developed by Kaldis Development Interests


Thank you to our 2011 Sponsors:

Grayco Partners
Moody Rambin
Midway companies
Newland Communities
Valencia Group

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